All campsite rates include 2 people and 2 cars. Children ages 3 to 17 and Senior Citizens (over age 60) are $4.00 a night each. Additional adults are $6.00 a night each. Separate ­families sharing 1 campsite with separate camping equipment (including tents) will be charged for a campsite (not a ­visitor’s fee). The maximum number of adults that are allowed on a campsite at any time is 4 (this includes overnight visitors). The maximum ­number of people is 7.

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Campground Rules

Before you decide to camp with us, please read the following rules.
These rules have been designed, and are enforced, in order to insure everyone’s enjoyment.
Anyone who does not comply with our rules will be asked to leave.

Quiet Time: Quiet time is from 11:00 PM to 8:00 AM. During these hours all children must be on a campsite and in the company of their parents or another responsible adult. After 11:00 PM, all public areas of the campground are closed and cars may only be used to enter or leave the campground. All noise must confined to the campsite. If you, your radio, or your TV can be heard from the next site or the road, you are too loud.
Personal Transportation: Bicycles and Roller Blades are permitted. They may be used during daylight hours only. We do not allow skate boards, motorized bikes, or golf carts.
Motor Vehicles: All vehicles must be registered, insured and driven by licensed drivers! This includes mopeds. Motorcycles may only be ridden to a campsite and when leaving the campground.
Pets: We allow quiet, non-aggressive pets. Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground. All pets must be kept on a leash. Pets are not allowed to be tethered outside by themselves or left unattended at any time, including outside on your campsite. All pets must be cleaned up after and the waste disposed of properly. All pets must be up to date with vaccinations and proof must be provided upon request. In addition, cats must be spayed or neutered. Visitors cannot bring their pet!
Campsites: The size of each site campsite is determined by the size of the gravel pad and driveway. All of your camping equipment and vehicles must fit in these areas. You may not use the woods or brush area in between or behind sites for camping equipment or parking.
Trees and Firewood: You may not cut down any trees! You may not drive nails into them break off branches or in any way harm a tree. You may only bring in locally sourced firewood, (or buy it here).
Firearms and Fireworks: We do not allow BB guns or any other type of firearm. We do not allow fireworks.
Alcohol: The legal drinking age in Pennsylvania is 21 years of age and will be strictly enforced. Alcoholic beverages are only allowed on campsites. You may not drink any alcohol in any public areas of the campground.
Water Usage: You may NOT leave our water line connected to your sewer system. No washing machines.

Reservation Policies

Spring and Fall Reservations: Spring and Fall Reservations are accepted for 2 or more nights with a $70.00 deposit, except for Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends, where they are reserved for 3 nights and require a $100.00 deposit.
Summer Reservations: All non-lakefront advance summer reservations (June 26 to September 7) are accepted for a minimum of 5 nights and require a $150.00 deposit. There is a 7 night minimum for all Lakefront campsites from June 19 to September 7, requiring a deposit of $150.00. An additional deposit may be required for longer reservations. If you want to stay for less than 5 nights, please call a few days prior to your planned arrival date. If we have an available campsite, we will reserve one for you.

Deposits

Deposits may be paid using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express., cash, or personal check, if there is sufficient time. The deposit will hold the campsite until 10:00 PM on your arrival date, unless the reservation is reconfirmed by phone. If we do not have the deposit within 10 days of the date the reservation was made, the reservation will be cancelled. Written confirmation is sent when there is sufficient time. Your deposit is your promise that you will be here on the date you specify for the length of time that you specify. It is also our promise to save a campsite for the dates you specify. Specific campsites may be requested, and we will try our best to accommodate your request; however, but due to unforeseen circumstances, we cannot positively guarantee specific campsites. All campsite balances are due upon arrival and can be paid using cash, a debit card, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. only. (Checks are not accepted at the time of check-in.) The maximum number of people on one campsite is 7, and only 4 of these 7 people allowed may be adults. There is also a limit of 2 cars per site.

Cancellations and Date Changes

For a refund of your deposit, to transfer the deposit to another date, or to change the arrival or departure date, we require 20 days notice. Before any money is refunded, you must either send in the mail, e-mail or fax us — at (570) 223-0124 — a note saying that you have cancelled. There is a $20.00 fee. If the reservation dates are changed and we are able to re-rent the site for the original length of stay, we will move you to another site. We do understand that sometimes a reservation must be cancelled because of a circumstance that is beyond your control. Unfortunately the campsite was held, and therefore no exceptions will be made.